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‘Rescue plan’ as Iraq’s Christians near extinction
“If a football can unite individuals, and races, why can love not unite us?” – Father Evaristo Debiasi, Assistente Eclesiástico AIS (Aid to the Church in Need Brasil)
“Kulħadd kelma waħda, meta Parroċċa tieħu kura taż-żgħażagħ tkun qed tibni l-futur tagħhom u tal-Knisja.” – Parroċċa ta’ San Frangisk t’Assisi tal-Qawra/Bugibba.
“For several decades now our world has witnessed a constant migratory flow of religious minorities, including Christian minorities. This flow has been witnessed, inter alia, from predominantly Muslim countries in the direction of Europe, North America and Australia. Therefore, an improvement in the respect shown towards religious freedom, inter alia, in countries of the Middle East and Africa, should – together with other factors (particularly economic factors) – contribute to a stemming of the demographic haemorrhage which has affected these religious minorities.” – H.E. Mgr. Dr. Joe Vella Gauci, Ambassador & Permanent Delegate of Malta to UNESCO
Iraq: Aid to the Church in Need grants 100,000 euros in emergency aid to refugees from Mosul. “We are very close to this church and have shared in their suffering and worries since 1983.” – Regina Lynch, Project Director at Aid to the Church in Need.
Bagdad/Rome.18.06.2014 “We fear a civil war. If the various different opposing internal parties do not succeed in finding an agreement, then we must expect the worst. Another war would mean the end, especially for us Christians.” This was the message from Chaldean Auxiliary Bishop Saad Syroub of Baghdad, speaking to Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) from the Iraqi capital.
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